Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
ive been dating this guy for like seven months.. we're going along well til this past month when some changes started to occur... first we only see each other once or twice a week considering he's only 20mins away from me and that he get off from work early... i talked to him about it but he said he's just busy from work.. i tried to understand him but for a fact that he goes out every
friday with his friends it makes me feel that he's changing... i know he needed some time for his self and his family but i need more time from him...i dont want to be selfish but i did everything to understand him... my problen is that everytime i hear his explanation about the issue, it makes me feel guilty... i feel like im not understanding him enough and that im just acting selfish... i dont want to loose him but i feel like im the last one on his list... i tried to break up with him but he didnt want to... what should i do? Advice
Discuss this topic with him gently.

Tell him you need more time with him and if he can't provide it then it is sayanora (goodbye in other words).

If he wants to be your BF then he owes you more time than he is giving you right now. It sounds like he wants to continue to be your BF so he has a strong incentive to listen to your requests.

Good luck! George

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